Vince McMahon is one of the most controversial figures in the history of professional wrestling, with numerous stories that often leave fans questioning his humanity. In light of his recent trafficking allegations, a Chicago Law firm is now reaching out to witnesses and victims of abuse by WWE.

Vince McMahon is facing allegations of sexual trafficking and misconduct from Janel Grant. In the lawsuit, Grant claims that McMahon distributed explicit content of her without consent, implicating other WWE personnel, undisclosed executives, and wrestling stars.

A Chicago-based law firm, Pintas & Mullins, is actively seeking victims related to allegations against Vince McMahon, John Laurinaitis, and WWE. The law firm has launched a website,, featuring a contact form for individuals who may have experienced “sexual assault, made to feel uncomfortable, or witnessed abuse by Vince McMahon or anyone from WWE/UFC,” suggesting potential entitlement to compensation.

The site mentions an ongoing investigation into Vince McMahon and WWE/UFC for sexual assault and sex trafficking, citing former employees who have come forward with allegations of serious misconduct.


The statement on the website highlights previous accusations, including a 1992 claim by Rita Chatterton, the first female referee, who alleged rape by Vince McMahon while traveling with him in his limousine. It also notes that in 2022, investigators seized documents revealing nondisclosure agreements and multi-million dollar payouts to cover up sexual misconduct.

The law firm emphasizes its commitment to assisting abuse victims, encouraging them to fill out the provided form or call for a confidential and free consultation with one of their female attorneys.

”Vince McMahon and WWE/UFC are under investigation for sexual assault and sex trafficking after former employees of WWE/UFC came forward with allegations of profoundly disturbing misconduct.”

”According to a recent lawsuit, the founder and other leaders forced employees to participate in sexual acts by threatening to terminate their employment and share intimate images of them.”

”This is not the first time Vince McMahon or WWE/UFC have faced accusations of sex abuse.”

”In 1992, Rita Chatterton, the first female referee, came forward with allegations that she was raped by Vince McMahon while traveling with him in his limousine.’

”In 2022, investigators seized documents and discovered nondisclosure agreements and multi-million dollar payouts covering up sexual misconduct.”

”Thousands of abuse victims are speaking up every year to receive the compensation and justice they deserve. Fill in the form above or call us today for a confidential and free conversation with one of our female attorneys.”

Vince McMahon also has no route back to WWE following his trafficking lawsuit. Only time will tell whether more victims will come forward and file lawsuits against Vince McMahon in the future.

Do you feel this is a good step being taken by the Chicago law firm? Will more victims come forward against Vince McMahon? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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